Sarah Tuck and Jody Burrell joined Laura and Martin in the studio to talk about founding the CoLiberate wellness center, now based in the Urban Dream Brokerage. They share some simple exercises to bring mindfulness back into your day.
If you want to visit CoLiberate and prioritise your own wellbeing, check them out here: coliberate.co.nz/
B-Sides host Laura Beth Keown created this story about discovering the path of Oceania Humpback whales by tagging them in the Kermadec Islands. You’ll hear about the amazing effort of an international research team, and the incredible things they saw in the farthest reaches of New Zealand’s waters!
Photo credit to Olive Andrews of Conservation International.
To learn more, see these articles and interviews mentioned in the episode:
Laura and Martin are joined by Sahnnan King to talk about the Park Up For Homes movement. Shannan talks about her passion for the issue of housing deprivation, her personal experiences, and some of the stories she’s heard.
“The Wellington Homeless Problem” is a phrase that’s being used a lot at the moment. More & more street people seem to appear to ask for change and sleep rough on our streets. Everyone has an opinion but the streeties themselves are the only ones not being heard. Joining us this week were Zap & A.K, former streeties who now advocate for the current street life. Listen in to hear their take on why some people choose the street, what long term solutions are available and how the public should interact with street beggars.
#Why Music is the question at the heart of local charity, One Percent Collective’s, latest generosity journal. Joining host Martin Andrews this week was OPC Chief Doer Of Things, Pat Shepherd, to discuss how the generosity of music and musicians can translate into everyday giving by all walks of life.
Plastic Free July champion, Flo McNeill, has instigated Welly’s first official alternative system to the plastic bag, the Paekākāriki Bag Bank, in an effort to support her whole community on the road to becoming plastic bag free. Flo talks about how, the challenges and wins in this interview.
In the spirit of Plastic Free July, Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince are about to bring you an evening of information about living Zero Waste… Wellington-style. In this interview Hannah and Liam share about the Zero Waste Movement’s key principles, pioneers and we glean a few tips on how to live like they do- WITHOUT a rubbish tin.
Plastic Free and Beyond: Living Zero Waste in Wellington
Find out more about the event https://www.facebook.com/events/1588953981402827/
Plus more on living plastic free
Plastic Free July Challenge http://www.plasticfreejuly.org/the-challenge.html